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1080P Prestigio Road Runner 545 GPS Dash Cam £79.99 @ ARGOS +£5

£79.99 @ Argos
Really good price for a 1080p dash cam with GPS (I would switch it off personally but good to warn young drivers who borrow mummy's car) Half price Description Product description / spec The Presti… Read More
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1y, 8m agoFound 1 year, 8 months ago
Really good price for a 1080p dash cam with GPS (I would switch it off personally but good to warn young drivers who borrow mummy's car)

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The Prestigio Roadrunner 545GPS Dash Cam is the smart, compact, must have companion for all drivers who want to feel more secure on the roads. This easy to use device offers 1080P Full HD recording, GPS technology collecting speed, acceleration and geolocation data and a 170degree wide viewing angle. This device offers Night Mode technology to ensure the camera pick up the necessary elements such as number plates in both daylight and at night.

This product includes a windscreen suction mount, car charger, USB cable and a quick start guide.

This Dash Cam allows you to continually record your journey through 1080P recording definition. It captures footage at a 170degree viewing angle meaning it can record the entire road area in-front of the car.

Size H4.38, W8.58, D3.47cm.
EAN: 8595248127012.
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#2
Footage here

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TyYzhJet_Oo

Remember to turn YouTube settings up to 1080p
#3
I prefer the E-Prance Mini 0801 from Amazon, cheaper, no crappy infra-red lights which bounce back off the windscreen impairing vision, rather than aiding when used at night..

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Or9XU4V86r0

Review of it from TechMoan; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZdPHXv8Hzj8&index=13&list=PLFB79814F24001328

To substantiate my comments RE: Infra-red lights on Dashcams being worthless for most usages; https://dashcamtalk.com/forum/threads/four-issues-of-infrared-night-vision-car-dvr.4292/

Edited By: CDR on Oct 17, 2015 13:43
#4
A quick question, how do people go about hiding wires from these, I don't fancy having them trail down the windscreen. Thanks
#5
KieranH97
A quick question, how do people go about hiding wires from these, I don't fancy having them trail down the windscreen. Thanks

Hard wire it to the fuse box and tuck your cable behind the A post and head lining

Edited By: oohflamey on Oct 17, 2015 14:01
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KieranH97
A quick question, how do people go about hiding wires from these, I don't fancy having them trail down the windscreen. Thanks

I got the transcend 200 and it came with a really long wire so from the cigarette lighter I ran it under the passenger footwell rubber matt, under the glovebox and up the inside of the door frame then window frame. Along the top of the front windscreen and then into the device. Pretty discreet. But wiring it into the fuse box would be good if it frees up your cigarette lighter for sat nav etc
#8
KieranH97
A quick question, how do people go about hiding wires from these, I don't fancy having them trail down the windscreen. Thanks

I bought a Dashcam Hardwire Fuse kit, similar to the image below, and installed it myself.. a bit nerve-wrecking as I'd never attempted anything like this before but its pretty easy..

http://thedashcamstore.com/product_images/uploaded_images/thedashcamstore.com-dash-cam-quick-install-kit-composite-graphic-620.jpg?t=1433202147

Don't forget to pick up some double-sided velcro to tape the step-down box somewhere discreet too.
#9
Id say its better value to buy the cheaper 720p version also posted today. Not much of a quality difference and you would be able to see everything you need to for a dash cam. Only go for this if you have the money spare.
#10
g1w youtube techmoan's review
#11
jjfisher93
Id say its better value to buy the cheaper 720p version also posted today. Not much of a quality difference and you would be able to see everything you need to for a dash cam. Only go for this if you have the money spare.


Don't be silly 720 is shocking quality get this if you want much better quality
#12
What is this like compared to say a Thinkware F750? was considering getting one of those when my new motor arrives in December
#13
CDR
KieranH97
A quick question, how do people go about hiding wires from these, I don't fancy having them trail down the windscreen. Thanks
I bought a Dashcam Hardwire Fuse kit, similar to the image below, and installed it myself.. a bit nerve-wrecking as I'd never attempted anything like this before but its pretty easy.. http://thedashcamstore.com/product_images/uploaded_images/thedashcamstore.com-dash-cam-quick-install-kit-composite-graphic-620.jpg?t=1433202147
Don't forget to pick up some double-sided velcro to tape the step-down box somewhere discreet too.


have you got a link to the product?
thanks
#14
mattsokolinski
CDR
KieranH97
A quick question, how do people go about hiding wires from these, I don't fancy having them trail down the windscreen. Thanks
I bought a Dashcam Hardwire Fuse kit, similar to the image below, and installed it myself.. a bit nerve-wrecking as I'd never attempted anything like this before but its pretty easy.. http://thedashcamstore.com/product_images/uploaded_images/thedashcamstore.com-dash-cam-quick-install-kit-composite-graphic-620.jpg?t=1433202147
Don't forget to pick up some double-sided velcro to tape the step-down box somewhere discreet too.
have you got a link to the product?
thanks

http://thedashcamstore.com/
#15
KieranH97
A quick question, how do people go about hiding wires from these, I don't fancy having them trail down the windscreen. Thanks

Drill through the roof Fool then just Duck-Tape the cables down real tight...
https://mrnelsonhomework.files.wordpress.com/2007/08/mr-t-mohawk.jpg
#16
mattsokolinski
CDR
KieranH97
A quick question, how do people go about hiding wires from these, I don't fancy having them trail down the windscreen. Thanks
I bought a Dashcam Hardwire Fuse kit, similar to the image below, and installed it myself.. a bit nerve-wrecking as I'd never attempted anything like this before but its pretty easy.. http://thedashcamstore.com/product_images/uploaded_images/thedashcamstore.com-dash-cam-quick-install-kit-composite-graphic-620.jpg?t=1433202147
Don't forget to pick up some double-sided velcro to tape the step-down box somewhere discreet too.
have you got a link to the product?
thanks


also here and half the price. Should work with any usb powered cam
#17
oohflamey
KieranH97
A quick question, how do people go about hiding wires from these, I don't fancy having them trail down the windscreen. Thanks

Hard wire it to the fuse box and tuck your cable behind the A post and head lining


Some cars have air bags in A posts... I wouldn't recommend tinkering with them.
#18
When you buy a fuse kit - make sure you buy one that matches your fusebox..

Some cars have standard size, others have Mini or Micro fuses.
#19
not the best unboxing will see, but it give you a idea what in the box: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SoDWkayF7vY

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